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03/22/19

Known Issues in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

A list of issues being tracked in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

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The following is a running list of issues that have been identified in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

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Issue

Description

The game crashes after downloading the Day One update.
– Xbox One

In some instances, players might experience game crashes if they boot the game and then attempt to download the Day One update. The update will still download and install in the background after the crash.

Workaround:
Relaunch the game after the update has finished installing. Or, install the update before launching the game.

I'm losing framerate on one of my monitors.
– PC

When a PC has multiple monitors connected and at least one of those monitors is HDR capable, the game will lose FPS when displayed on any monitor that is not HDR-capable. The game will properly run at 60FPS when displayed on the HDR-capable monitor.

Workaround:
When playing the game, disconnect any monitors that are not HDR capable.

I'm having issues with my mouse and keyboard.
– PC

If an Xbox One gamepad has been connected to a PC, it may result in loss of functionality to the mouse and keyboard.

Workaround:
Disconnecting the gamepad will return mouse and keyboard controls to normal.

The game won't display in HDR.
– PC

When launching the game with an HDR-capable monitor, the game will not set the monitor to display in HDR, regardless of the in-game setting.

Workaround:
Alt+Tab out of the game, then Alt+Tab back in. From there, the monitor's HDR can be toggled on and off correctly via the in-game HDR setting.

 

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